Concluded Training and Learning

Training Course for Non-Sewered Sanitation Standards ISO 30500 & ISO 24521

This course aims to encourage the national review, adoption and use of two international non-sewered sanitation standards, ISO 30500 and ISO 24521. It also aims to expand the reach of these standards and increase the collaboration with WASH sector stakeholders such as relevant ministries, local governments, NGOs and the private sector. This course offers a […]

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Third African Young Water Professional Forum (Af-YWPF) – Cairo Water Week

ESCWA is supporting the International Commission for Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) to host the Third African Young Water Professional Forum (Af-YWPF) from 19-21 October 2020 (online) during Cairo Water Week.  The Forum is being organized with the ICID African Regional Working Group in collaboration with the Arab Centre for the Study of Arid and Drylands

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Cairo Water Week 2020

The Cairo Water Week (CWW), the annual event organized by the Egyptian Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation, will take place this year from 18th to 22nd of October 2020 in Cairo – Egypt, and will address the main theme “Water Security for Peace and Development in Arid Regions – The Road to Dakar 2021”,

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Conclusion of the RICCAR Webinar Series on Climate Change Analysis using GIS Tools

The Regional Initiative for the Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources and Socio-Economic Vulnerability in the Arab Region (RICCAR) Webinar Series on Climate Change Analysis using GIS Tools, that was organized by UN ESCWA, and was offered as one-hour weekly webinars from July 1st till August 12th and consisted of 6 sessions: Module 1:      RICCAR regional

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AWARENET launched Online Seminar Series on Water Integrity with first webinar on the Regulation of the Water Sector in Palestine

The Global Outlook on Water Integrity estimates that $75 billion of water investments is lost to corruption annually. Promoting water integrity and fighting corruption in the water sector has the potential to dramatically improve human dignity, health and equitable access to water, also vis-à-vis the human right to water supply and sanitation. Integrity consists of

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